Sorolla: Arte de la luz

14 July-18 Jan. With the subtitle translating as The art of light, this exhibition examines the work of Spanish artist Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), focusing in particular on his obsession with capturing the effects of light.

There are 54 paintings on display in the exhibition which is divided into five parts: Towards the Light, Shadow and Reflection, Filtered Light, Glow, and Art of Light.

The works are shown at the small Sorolla Museum, the villa where the artist spent his latter years. The museum has been restored recently and has 250 works in its collection.

Tue, Thu, Fri 09.30-15.00; Wed 09.30-18.00; Sat, Sun 10.00-15.00

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